The human internet is giving way to the Machine Internet: the unseen labyrinth of devices, endpoints, and other IT assets that have already begun transforming almost every aspect of business. With data and assets moving beyond known and controlled enclaves, enterprises have been forced to rethink security, M&A, IT cost management, compliance, and more.
That's because as organizations have raced to put everything online, they’ve also put themselves in harm’s way. Most recent catastrophic attacks – Equifax, Target, WannaCry – took advantage of vulnerabilities at the network edge that were not known by the victim organizations.
In this webinar we discuss why companies need to get a comprehensive view of their extended, ever-changing internet attack surface area, giving them the ability to block machine-speed threats at the network edge.
About Our Speaker
Dr. Matt Kraning is an expert in large-scale optimization, distributed sensing, and machine learning algorithms run on massively parallel systems. Prior to co-founding Expanse, Matt worked for DARPA, including a deployment to Afghanistan. Matt holds PhD and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering, and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics, all from Stanford University.